Airsoft Belts & Slings

Airsoft players need to be able to carry their airsoft guns and equipment with them easily and without too much hassle. That’s where airsoft belts and slings come in.

Here, you’ll find a great selection of airsoft belts and slings at competitive prices.

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Airsoft Belts

Being able to keep your trousers up is vital stuff when you’re out playing Airsoft or just out exploring.

We have a good range of belts for different uses, such as the Kombat UK Recon Belt or the Emerson Gear LCS Combat Belt.

We have belts that have heavy duty buckles and build, more standard belts, belts for securing battle belts to and belts for holding shotgun shells. Whatever you need an airsoft belt for – we will have an option for you here at Socom Tactical!

Airsoft Slings

Airsoft slings are designed to make carrying your airsoft weapons easier and more comfortable.

They distribute the weight of the gun across your body so that you don’t get tired as quickly and they can also help you to keep your gun close to your body so that you can be more stealthy.

We have a big range of slings for you to choose from, including the Tasmanian Toger Storage Sling and the popular FMA Sling Retainer Hook.

We have single points, two points, three points, heavy duty slings, pistol slings and other weapon retaining gear – at Socom, we can find you a sling or retention device for almost any weapon you have!

FAQs

What is the best way to use an airsoft sling?

The best way to use an airsoft sling will depend on the type of sling you have and the gun you are using it with. If you have a two-point sling, then you will need to thread it through the front and rear sling mounts on your gun. If you have a three-point sling, then you will need to thread it through the front and rear sling mounts, as well as attaching the single point to the side of the gun.

How do I adjust my airsoft sling?

Again, this will depend on the type of sling you have. For a two-point sling, you will need to adjust the length of each strap so that it is comfortable for you to carry your gun. For a three-point sling, you will need to adjust the length of the strap that goes through the front and rear sling mounts, as well as the single point attachment.

What is the difference between a single point and a two-point airsoft sling?

A single point sling attaches to your gun at one point, typically near the back or side of the gun. This gives you more freedom of movement with your gun, but it can also be less stable. A two-point sling attaches to your gun at two points, typically near the front and rear of the gun. This gives you more stability when carrying your gun.

Do I need an airsoft belt?

Not necessarily, but it can certainly make your life a lot easier. It all depends on how you like to play and what sort of equipment you like to carry around with you.

What are the benefits of using an airsoft belt?

Airsoft belts allow you to easily and quickly access your airsoft gun and equipment. They also distribute the weight more evenly, which can help to reduce fatigue.

How do I choose the right airsoft belt for me?

 It all depends on your individual needs and preferences. If you want a belt that can hold a lot of equipment, then you’ll need a belt with more loops and pouches. If you want a belt that’s more low-key, then a simple belt with a few loops will suffice.